Today’s picks for civic nerds.
March for Transit
Ever missed that last bus of the night? As we've reported, it could soon get a whole lot worse. Join councilmember Larry Phillips, the Magnolia Transit Riders, and the Transit Riders Union to support transit funding options and highlight the impact transit cuts will have on riders. The walk traces the route riders must take when they miss the last bus to Magnolia.
Midnight March for Metro, Sat Apr 6, 11–midnight, meet at 1541 15th Ave W, West Queen Anne, free.
Meet the Officials
Meet your elected officials, tour the mayor's office and enjoy performances by Sanca and Massive Monkees. Food trucks will be there for snacking and adoptable dogs and critters will also be in attendance.
City Hall Open House, Sat Apr 6, 10–2pm, City Hall, 601 Fifth Ave, free.
Civilians in the Syrian Conflict
Thousands are dead from the ongoing conflict in Syria. In the midst of the complicated politics of the region, this documentary shows the troubled territory through the impact of the conflict on its civilians.
The Suffering Grasses, Fri Apr 5, 7–9pm, Keystone Congregational United Church of Christ, 5019 Keystone Pl N, University District, free.
And for Today:
Girls on the Run of Puget Sound may use running as a way of encouraging girls to build confidence and fitness, but their upcoming auction will be exercise-free, with complimentary hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer.
The auction itself will feature a football signed by Seahawks, a Mariners Suite, Disney and San Francisco getaways, and more.
Writer Reading at Books on the Bus
Members of Books on the Bus, a local book group for transit riders, will discuss Octavia Butlers's Parable of the Sower with local sci-fi and fantasy writer Nisi Shawl.
Books on the Bus, Thu Apr 4, 7–9pm, 2100 Building, 2100 24th Ave S, free.
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